An anti-abortion activist dubbed the “pro life pitbull” of the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) has spoken out as video evidence (below) emerged of conference Chairman Matt Schlapp admitting he shut down attempts to host a panel discussion on the subject at their latest event in Florida. Alison Centofante – who has served at Live Action, Alliance Defending Freedom, and the Concerned Women for America – took to Twitter on Wednesday to explain her disappointment with the American Conservative Union (ACU) and its conference, CPAC, for refusing to promote pro-life issues in the same way they promote other issues. “I
The American Conservative Union (ACU) – which hosts the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) – took a six figure donation from a leading left-wing fund for the purposes of “civil rights, social action, advocacy,” according to the fund’s financial records dated 2020, The National Pulse can exclusively reveal. The New Venture Fund, whose mission statement revolves around “Race, Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion Commitment,” issued a cash grant of $183,250 to the ACU, run by Matt and Mercedes Schlapp, in 2020. The fund is known for its work supporting anti-Trump, anti-conservative initiatives. The ACU refused to comment when approached by
Google-owned YouTube has memory-holed the entire CPAC speech of the former President of the United States, Donald J. Trump. In a stunningly authoritarian move, the Chinese Communist-linked corporation (which hosts pedophilia videos) took down the videos on Thursday, March 4th. The Post Millennial reports: YouTube, the Google-owned video hosting platform, has suspended Right Side Broadcasting Network from its service for two weeks and deleted all its videos of former President Donald Trump’s Feb. 28 speech at CPAC. Right Side Broadcasting issued a statement: “It’s worth noting that according to YouTube’s terms, our video of Trump’s CPAC speech would have been
Despite Democrats and the mainstream media insisting the Conservative Political Action Conference designed its stage to resemble Nazi insignia, the company responsible for its creation revealed it “had no idea that the design resembled any symbol” and has worked for Joe Biden and MSNBC in the past. The company – Design Foundry – told Forward it “had no idea that the design resembled any symbol, nor was there any intention to create something that did.” “The designs, renderings, drawings, specifications, materials and other documents used or created as part of the proposal are owned by Design Foundry,” the contract reads.
National Pulse senior reporter Natalie Winters spoke with the Epoch Times’s Joshua Philipp on how the Chinese Communist Party worms its way into all aspects of American public life, including academic, media, and politics. Winters walks through the different methods in this must share video, backing up all the information with the words of CCP-linked groups such as the China-United States Exchange Foundation (CUSEF) and filings contained within the Foreign Agent Registration Act (FARA) documents freely available to those willing to look. The reason you don’t see these stories elsewhere? The mainstream media has a vested interest in NOT looking.
Last week, I was fortunate enough to be among the ‘fake news’ press pool covering the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in National Harbor, Maryland. As always, the American Conservative Union put on an incredible event and, with speakers including Vice President Pence and President Trump, this was undoubtedly the most high-energy CPAC in years. Since a common refrain from the event was to avoid ‘complacency’ in the aftermath of historic victories in 2016, I am sure the enthusiasm at the convention was a welcome sight for many. The most important moment from the conference, in my opinion, came
Every year, the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) concludes with a straw poll. In past years, during President George W. Bush’s second term and President Barack Obama’s two terms, the highlight of the poll was determining who the conference’s attendees thought the best Republican candidate would be to run for president. Past winners include: 2005: Rudy Giuliani 2006: George Allen 2007: Mitt Romney 2008: Mitt Romney 2009: Mitt Romney 2010: Ron Paul 2011: Ron Paul 2012: Mitt Romney 2013: Rand Paul 2014: Rand Paul 2015: Rand Paul 2016: Ted Cruz Now, with a conservative president in office who is likely
Amidst a crowded Day One schedule, CPAC yesterday afternoon featured an important panel called “Adoption: Every Child Deserves a Strong Family,” moderated by John Eddy, a board member of the ACU, and featuring Dr. Wendy Warcholik, Co-Director of the ACU’s Family Prosperity Initiative, Stan Swim, of the GFC Foundation, and Charlie Gerow, Vice Chairman of the ACU. The panel, unfortunately shortened due to delays with security, focused on the importance of strong families and adoption. Mr. Gerow opened the panel with a personal story of his mother’s decision to put him up for adoption. After his biological father left his